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teacher's assistant. jackie bensen has more on ashley's law. >> reporter: the law is simple. it requires law enforcement officers to use both lights and a siren when they are entering an intersection on a red light. believe it or not there was a lot of opposition to this. that did not deter ashley's mother. >> i felt driven by doing the right thing. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine how much more pain could have been endured by the family. there was this dash board camera video, footage of the actual collision with a fairfax county police cruiser that took the 33-year-old's life in february of 2008. there was the revelation that the 22-year-old police officer driving was using lights but not the siren that might have gotten ashley's attention in time. there were two trials and a lawsuit settled last year. and through it all, cindy was fighting for a law to prevent it from happening again. >> i never knew after any meeting how things were going to go next but we just kept going. >> reporter: ashley's law was championed by lindaed toy polar. >> it took me three years to get it passed and t
. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch" another mixed day for stocks in asia. ashley morrison is here with the latest on that. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you betty. that's right. stocks in asia were up a little and down a little. japan's nikkei lost a fraction, and hong kong's hang sang was up a little higher. >>> stocks gained yesterday in the transportation and consumer areas. the dow gained 56 points while the nasdaq was up by 8. >>> a new report shows men are gaining many more jobs in the slow economic recovery than women. during the recession, the opposite was true but since 2009, when the recession officially ended, the labor department says men have gained 768,000 jobs while women have lost 218,000. >>> facebook is adding video conferencing through skype. facebook skype service will initially be limited to one on one video chats and will be free. the deal could also mean a new facebook relationship with microsoft, which is buying skype. >>> the minnesota government shutdown is now in its seventh day. two tax proposals offered by democratic governor mark dayden were rejected by republican
. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch" a truck recall and how suds could end the minnesota shutdown. ashley morrison is here in new york with the latest on that. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you, betty. the threat by moody's to lower the u.s. credit rating caused a down day for the asian markets. tokyo's nikkei and hong kong's hang seng dropped a fraction. >>> today wall street gets another round of earnings. theity les on retail sales and a look at the weekly jobless claim numbers. also fed reserve chairman ben bernanke continues his testimony on capitol hill. wednesday he told lawmakers the fed would consider several options to jump-start the economy if it doesn't improve soon. that gave stocks a big boost. the dow gained almost 45 points while the nasdaq was up 15. >>> numbers released overnight show foreclosures fell nearly 30% in the first half of the year but that's not because of any actual improvement in the housing market. analysts say paperwork and procedural delays are pushing the process further and further back, an estimated 1 million foreclosures that should have taken place this y
a fire last april. ashley owens stabbed him during a dispute before setting the fire to cover up the crime. paul wagner joins us with the story paul. >> reporter: police got a jump on the investigation when detectives took a look at footage from the surveillance camera mounted inside the store ashley owens can be seen alone inside the seven market just before the murder but it took awhile before investigators could piece it all together when she was taken into custody june 30th police say she confessed. >>> the way police describe it richard nam die add horrible death during a dispute with 23- year-old ashley owens she cut nam with a boxcutter beat him with a chain saw and used gasoline to set the place on fire. what were they fighting over? that is unclear. police charged owens on june 30th, but didn't announce the arrest until today. deputy chief kevin davis described the owner of the story card nam as a pillar of the community. >> this particular family, the nam family has been a pillar in the community for many many years. the circumstances surrounding the very brutal murder,
," growing nervousness over the risk of a downgraded u.s. credit rating. ashley morrison is here in new york with that and so much more. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you, betty. asian markets wallowed this morning. japan's nikkei closed down 0.5% and hong kong's hang seng was slightly lower. the debt gridlock in washington pulled stocks on wall street lower once again. the dow fell 91 points yesterday while the nasdaq slipped almost 3. >>> the debt debate that's paralyzed washington has increased the likelihood of an unprecedented downgrade of the u.s. credit rating. a managing director of the credit rating agency standard & poor's said there is a 50% possibility of a downgrade. standard & poor's executives will testify before congress today. >>> billionaire investor george sorros is closing his fund to outside investors. it will be managed for only his family. the money accounts for nearly all of the $26 billion fund. >>> the largest county in alabama, jefferson county, is on the verge now of filing for bankruptcy. it would be the largest municipal bankruptcy ever in the united
-year-old cole ashley is living his dream. this young car enthusiast has been coming to barrett jackson auctions with his parents for years. >> i just like the way that i can go and have fun out here at barrett jackson and bid on cars. >> going once. >> his real ambition wasn't being the person buying the cars but the person selling them like spanky. >> $280,000! >> the auctioneer talks fast to create excitement and energy, encouraging people to bid higher. it's a skill that takes talent and a lot of practice. >> i have my ipod and i can take out the background and i record some of the auctioneers and i just practice off of that. $50,000, $75,000. $80,000, all the way to $80,000. good deal now. sold, $100,000. >> at the recent barrett jackson car auction in palm beach, florida, cole got his big chance. at first, he was only supposed to start the bidding for spanky. >> you ready? okay. ladies and gentlemen, here he goes. the man, the myth, the lend. >> cole took off fast and furious. >> this kid's not handing it off to nobody. he wants it to all himself. >> $50,000. $40,000. >> cole ashl
were higher and trading on asian markets. more on that now from ashley morrison here in new york with that and more. good morning, ashley? >>> good morning, randall. news that european leaders are drawing up a new rescue plan for greece sent most asian markets higher. the nikkei gained more than 1% while hong kong's hang seng is up close to 2%. >>> wall street get a round of earnings on thursday. morgan stanley gave jobs a boost despite a jumping jobless claim, the dow was up 15 points while the nasdaq tacked on 20. >>> the government's bailout of chrysler cost taxpayers $1.3 billion. italian automaker fiat bought out the government's stake in the company. it has run chrysler since it emerged from bankruptcy protection. all told, chrysler got a total of $12.5 billion in taxpayer funds. >>> consumers who get turned down for credit are entitled to see the report and their score for free. new rules went into effect on thursday to require creditors to send the information if they deny you credit or give you less than favorable terms. consumers had to pay to see the scores before the
on world markets. ashley morrison is here in new york with that. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you, betty. as danielle reported, anxiety over the u.s. budget talks sent asian stocks down this morning. tokyo's nikkei lost 0.7%, while hong kong's hang seng was down about the same. >>> on wall street yesterday, the dow gave up an early rally to finish 62 points lower while the nasdaq inched up 1 point snapping a four-day losing streak. >>> the global economy is highly dependent on the u.s. economy. the dollar is the reserve currency used by most central banks. the new managing director of the international monetary fund, christine laguarde says if no budget agreement is reached confidence in u.s. currency would plummet. >> it would probably entail a decline relative to other currencies and probably the doubts in the mind of those people who reserve currencies. >> financial executives are also voicing their concern to lawmakers. >>> the government's report on second quarter growth is out today. economists expect the economy grew slightly less in the first three months of the yea
-mailing me out of the blue. random. i hadn't heard from her in many years. i showed ashley, my wife, and she let me write her back and every other e-mail was really mean so it reminded me! she can't help it. my thing is i got to be a stepfather for five years because of her. that is the best thing that's ever happened to me -- until now. ashley and i are planning our family. and that taught me a lot. it got mow sober. is all under her watch. if i hadn't had somebody in my corner like her, i'd be dead. >> you were two irrepressible life forces when you metd, two outrageous front-of-stage stand-ups who collided. it was probably destined to end in tears but i would imagine for a while it must have been electrifying. wasn't it? >> it was great fun because we met in 1983. i was 23 years old. she lived in denver, she wasn't famous at the time and she came to minneapolis to perform. we hit. off, eliked each other's act and there was something there. we were friends for a few years which we should have stayed. when people talk about ashley, my wife, was 7 when i met rose a roseanne. it was fun. watc
of dollars and help the environment but as dan ashley reports, critics say it may be too good to be true. >> san francisco has the best recycling rate in the country but it still produces more than a thousand tons of garbage every day. city doesn't have its own dump so the trash goes to the altamont landfill in livermore. that ends in five years. waste management the company that owns the landfill bid on new contract but another company with a bid less than half the cost. >> it is good for rate payers, it's better economically and better for the environment. >> the low bidder is recology but instead of trucking it to the landfill they plan to cut costs by taking it to oakland and then sending it by train 120 miles to their own cheaper landfill near wheatland. they made a video promoting the idea. >> it's four times more fuel efficient. san francisco will reduce fuel consumption by 100,000 gallons a year. >> but the new contract is not a done deal. hate is to be okayed by the board of supervisors and in yuba county, many farmers are fighting it. >> i don't understand why we should be resp
. >>> governor bob mcdonald will sign ashley's law, named in honor of a woman who was killed when a police cruiser crashed into her car in 2008. the law requires officers to use lights and sirens when they enter an intersection against a red light. news 4's jackie benson talked with the victim's mother, who fought for this new law. >> i felt driven by doing the right thing. >> reporter: it's hard to imagine how much more pain could have been endured by the family of ashley mcintosh. there was this dashboard camera video, footage of the actual collision with the fairfax county police cruiser that took the 33-year-old's life in february of 2008. there was the revelation that the 22-year-old police officer driving was using her warning lights but not the siren that might have gotten ashley's attention in time. there were two trials and a lawsuit, settled just last year. through it all, cindy kept focused, fighting for a law that would prevent it from happening again. >> i never knew after any meeting how things were going to go next. we just kept going. >> reporter: ashley's law was champione
. am ashley morrison in new york good morning to you. >> tokyo's nikkei dropped a fraction and hang sang fell almost 2%. >> al klast week stocks managed stay on the upside despite a dismal jobs report. the dow gained 0.5% and the s&p 1.5%. >>> the national average for regular is now $3.62 a gallon, down a penny in the past two weeks but they're up recently in many areas. gas is following the price of crude which has risen in recent weeks despite the government's tapping of the oil reserves. many analysts now believe we're once again headed toward $4 a gallon. >>> at the movies "transformers 2" ruled again, the sequel "dark of the moon" took in $47 million in ticket sales to take the top spot for the second week in a row and cemented its place as 2011's biggest hit so far, behind, "horrible bosses" second place and "zookeepers" coming in third. >>> united airlines nominated ken stikers, took him 29 years and 6,000 flights, probably a lot of peanuts as well. >> crackers and juice. ashley morrison here in new york good to see you. thank you so much. >>> coming up, we'll have your monda
at fast food restaurants, great. ashley morrison is here in new york with the latest on that. >> good morning, betty. asian markets you were up today. tokyo's nikkei rose 1% while hong kong's hang seng fell just a fraction. >>> today wall street gets a new data on home sales and another round of corporate earnings on tuesday. the dow made its best day of the year, the blue chips jumped 202 points while the nasdaq gained 61. after the closing bell apple beat even the best expectations, third quarter earnings more than doubled and revenue jumped 82%. the company says it sold a stunning 20.3 million iphones in that period. apple stock jumped 5% on that news. >>> american farlz airlines is planning for the future, expected to upgrade their fleet and order as many as 400 new fuel-efficient planes from boeing and airbus, could cost over $20 billion, this comes as the company is expected to post a net loss of about $235 million, and possibly sell off its american eagle subsidiary. >>> going green is going to cost you a little bit extra at least for the nissan leaf. the automaker is raising t
. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch" a possible downgrade by uncle sam and fewer summer vacations. ashley morrison is here with all of that. >> good morning to you betty. asian markets were mixed on concerns about the u.s. economy. japan's nikkei was up a fraction, and hong kong's hang seng lost about 0.5%. >>> today wall street gets the latest on inflation and industrial production. on thursday, stocks slipped after the fed said the government is not immediately ready to pump more cash into the economy. the dow lost 54 points and the nasdaq was down 34. >>> the ratings agency s&p warns that there is a 50% chance it will downgrade the u.s. government's credit rating because of the stalemate over raising the debt limit. that warning followed a similar one from moody's investment service earlier this week while most analysts do expect some kind of debt deal to get done, the uncertainty is weighing on stocks and markets around the world. >>> google gave wall street a big jolt with the latest earnings report after the closing bell the tech giant announced blockbuster profits, nearly $7 billion from april to j
this morning. ashley morrison is here with more. >> japan's nikkei gain 0.7% and hang sang was up nearly 0.1%. >>> on wall street yesterday the dow finished 93 points higher while the nasdaq gained 38. >>> the obama administration is making it easier for some out of work americans to stay in their homes. on august 1st, unemployed homeowners will be able to miss their mortgage payments for a full year before facing foreclosure. the current grace period is three to four months. the new rule applies to loans that are backed by the federal housing authority. that's about 14% of current mortgages. >>> the jobs report for june comes out later on this morning and most economists expect hiring to have improved significantly from may with employers adding as many as 200,000 jobs in june, but the unemployment rate is expected to remain stuck at 9.1%. >>> today the executive board of the international monetary fund is expected to approve a 3 billion euro loan to greece, despite government cutbacks greece is teetering on the verge of default. the 3 billion is part of a 1 10e billion euro bailout packa
ridicule when anthony claimed she kidnapped her daughter. >>> ashley morrison is here with the latest. >> good morning to you betty. asian markets were mixed on concerns about the u.s. economy. knee kay was up a fraction and hong kong's hang seng lost about 0.5%. today wall street gets the latest about inflation and industrial production. wall street slipped on thursday after the government is not immediately ready to pump more cash into the economy. the dow lost 54 points and the nasdaq was down 34. >>> the s&p warns that there is a 54% it will downgrade the u.s.'s credit's rating because of the stalemate over raising the debt limit, followed a similar one from moody taes investment service earlier this week. most analysts expect some debt deal to get done the uncertainty is weighing on stocks and markets around the world. >>> google gave wall street a big jolt with the latest earnings report after the closing bell the tech giant announced blockbuster profits, nearly $7 billion from april to june, that was about $2 billion more than last year. it announced its facebook competitor goo
in light trading on asian markets. ashley morrison is here in new york with that and more. >> a quiet day for most of the asian markets. japan's nikkei gained a fraction while the hang sang edged down. on wednesday, concerns over the debt debate pushed stocks lower. the dow lost 15 points while the nasdaq slid 12. >>> wells fargo has agreed to pay $85 million to settle charges it engaged in predatory lending. that is the biggest fine ever imposed in such a case. federal investigators say the nation's largest mortgage lender falsified loan documents and pushed borrowers towards dangerous subprime mortgages during the housing boom. as part of the settlement, the bank neither admitted nor denied any wrongdoing. >>> today could be can a rough day on capitol hill for fed chair ben bernanke. lawmakers want answers about why financial reform signed into law one year ago today still has not been fully implemented. up to 243 new rules created to avoid another financial collapse, fewer than 50 have been completed. >>> photos of the first-ever u.s. concert of the beatles sold for more than $360,000
favorites. appearing at wharf. i would like you to meet peter zimmerman from wolf chap and ashley merrill is with the deal chicken web site. i'm going to start with ashley first to explain exactly what is deal chicken? >> sure. it is the newest deal site in washington. we can't wait to start today. we have a fantastic deal, fiddler on the roof. $10 tickets. what more could you ask for on the beautiful weekend. >> how can you an member? >> go to our web site, sign up your e-mail and name and the deals will be inbox starting today. >> dealchicken.com. >> now, fred, wolf trap is just a beautiful facility. this offer says you can come out, you can sit on the lawn for $10. that's a real deal for wolf trap. i have to tell you. >> very much a bargain for wolf trap considering you're getting a fully staged broadway musical. >> you can bring your blanket. you can have a little beverage, maybe some champagne, some grapes or strawberries. something to eat. come with the family. sit on the lawn. and see a fabulous show. wolf trap. why are you doing this? >> this is a great new partnership with deal c
johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. the chp tells us, the 34e7b -- the men were being chased in connection with murder investigation. >> it went from union city and north on 880 to oakland and then to 580 through livermore to i-5 and ending in lathrop in the central valley. that's wherely leigh uh-huh mean goly -- thas where lisa amin gulezian is live. >> we are live where the chase ended. we are off i-5 north in lathrop. there was a very large police presence here. the highway patrol left us a few minutes ago. they stopped this silver mercedes and had the suspects pull over at the shell gas station. the high speed chase started before 8:00 tonight in union city. police originally believed the ones in the car were two men wanted out of east palo alto that involved four murders. armed robberies and burglaries. and we learned a few minutes ago that they are not involved in connection to any of those. but they originally thought they did because the car these two men were driving was registered to one of the murder suspects. police have not confirmed the identities of the two men arrested ton
. ashley morrison in new york good morning to you. >> good morning to you, terrell. a down day for the asian markets. tokyo's nikkei dropped a fraction fraction and hang sang fell almost 2%. >>> on wall street this week the focus is on corporate earnings. alcoa the first to report profits today with google and jpmorgan chase slated for later on in the week. last week stocks managed to stay on the upside despite friday's dismal jobs report. the dow gained 0.5 and the nasdaq more than 1.5%. >>> expect gas prices to pull a u-turn. according to the lundberg survey the national average is $3.62 a gallon, down a penny in the past two weeks but they're up recently in many areas. gas is following the price of crude which has risen in recent weeks despite the government's tapping of the oil reserves. many analysts now believe we're once again headed toward $4 a gallon. >>> at the movies "transformers 2" ruled again, the sequel "dark of the moon" took in $47 million in ticket sales to take the top spot for the second week in a row and cemented its place as 2011's biggest hit so far, behi
ashley reports volunteers are making it happen. >> these little native grasses are part of a big dream. >> today we are planting, hopefully 10,000 grass plugs. >> this is the latest round of planting in a long term effort to turn an old ranch back to a native in area. they were widening the highway and they were going cut down over hundred oak trees. in most cases they plant more trees but it goes a lot further. >> we renegotiated with caltrans instead of cutting the trees, let's use the funds to restore the woodlands. it's oak and the other species. >> caltrans is paying $450,000 to restore 8 acres of the nature preserve south of intersection. this volunteer planting crew is from sonoma high school. >> it's interesting working out doors and i like it. >> we get to help our community. >> last year the students planted acorns that are little trees growing inside these tubes for protection. >> these are 12 feet high. you can see about four feet, four inches. >> today they are working on what will grow under the trees. >> we are putting in native grass. >> one type of grass may look the s
in solano county at the plant in fairfield. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. there are no serious injuries, but for much of the day residents within a mile were asked to stay indoors. >> abc7's lisa amin gulezian is live. we will start with the fire itself. john has that. john, it took hours to put this thing out. >> yes, and finally dan and carolyn, firefighters stopped pouring water on one of the trouble spots. the fairfield fire marshal says this inferno was n -- was an accident caused by employees doing welding near the stacks and stacks of plastic bins behind this plant. even after the monster fire was put out, flare ups continued through the late afternoon and early evening. about five hours after the flames erupted behind macro plastics, investigators pointed the finger at workers. >> we've confirmed with the business owners and the employees on site that we did have employees working with some type of an open flame device. i don't have details, but probably a blowtorch or welding in that area. >> the first call came in about 1:00 p.m. as a tower of bl
conocida como la ley de ashley fue ratificada hoy por el gobernador... la ley hace honor a ashley mcintosh quien perdio la vida en mount vernon cuando su vehiculo fue impactado por una patrulla que tenia las luces encendidas pero no la alarma.... sus familiares dicen que la ley salvara vidas haciendo que los policias o personal de emergencia sean mas en el salvador los maestros realizaron un marcha de aprobado a comienzotal... los de este mes sea retroactivo a enero... los dirigentes del gremio docente tienen previsto reunierse hoy con el presidente mauricio funes para tratar el tema... del resultado de ese encuentro dependera si deciden una suspencion y mientras que el senado contempla iniciativas para una reforma migratoria, grupos pro-inmigrante intensifican sus pedidos para que la administracion obama suspenda las deportaciones mientras frente a la casa blanca estudiantes del dream realizaban 1 nueva manifestacion pidiendo el fin de las deportaciones, a mi en realidad me da mucha desilusion, porque se que tiene el poder de hacerlo."
intersecciones... la iniciativa conocida como la ley de ashley fue ratificada hoy por el gobernador... la ley hace honor a ashley mcintosh quien perdio la vida en mount vernon cuando su vehiculo fue impactado por una patrulla que tenia las luces encendidas pero no la alarma.... sus familiares dicen que la ley salvara vidas haciendo que los policias y personal de emergencia sean mas cuidadosos al aproximarse a intersecciones el gobernador de virginia bob mcdonell dijo que un lugar del estado esta siendo considerado para que sirva de base al centro de formacion federal de uridadpara atender asuntos exteriores, que podria crear unos 850 a 1.000 nuevos trabajos....traves de un comuni de prensa, que un centro de maniobras de la guardia nacional en fort picket, en pickett park, en el condado de nottoway es candidato para ser sede del centro... el departamento de estado planea efectuar un estudio de impacto ambiental en el lugar..se ra que finalizado en s.. bebes que son olvidados en el interior de vehiculos en estas elevadas olvido de ella en el automovil... "la muerte de mi princesa pu
this gives closer to the entire community. prince george county detectives have arrested 23-year-old ashley owens of hyattsville, maryland. they arrested her on june 30. she was caught by surveillance video, witness accounts, and good police work. she confessed to killing richard nam in april. she stabbed him with a box cutter multiple times and then beat5 him with a chainsaw and stole $2,000 from the business. she bought gas and then set the business on fire to destroy any evidence. police said that she knew the victim, but would not say how long or to what degree. they believe she acted alone. it brings a sense of peace to the community. >> it brings a sense of closure to the family and to the greater small business community in prince george county. we want to send a message on all that if you commit a crime in prince george's county, if you target a small business, that we will burn the candle at both ends to identify you. >> ashley owens is being held on $1 million bond. she will be in court on july 29, where she faces charges of murder arson and armed robbery. jummy olabanji, abc 7 ne
mcdonnell will sign a bill today that's meant to keep the streets safer. ashley is law will require emergency vehicles going through intersections to use splicing lights or sirens. 33-year-old ashley mcintosh was killed in 2008 when a police officer if not using as i ran drove through red lights and hit her car. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray participated in a dedication ceremony today for a bridge. he came out to celebrate the completion of the ninth street bridge replacement project. the work began in april 2009 and cost $40 million. it connects new york and rhode island avenues in northeast and carries 26,000 vehicles per day estimated. >>> coming up, a back-to-school supplies for dozens of local students to jump-start the school year. >> how much was the ticket? $33 of that, you are due refunds. >> a big tax breaks for airlines. why are passengers not pocketing the ddifference? and there's a happy meal makeover. will kids and parents be happy about it? and how long what makes the sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store it's really not about you.
up on asian markets. ashley morrison is here with that in new york. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, betty. asian markets advance today. nikkei hose 0.6% and the shanghai composite gained 0.4% and hong kong's hang sang was closed for a holiday. wall street also gained ground. the dow had a triple-digit rise finishing 152 points higher and the nasdaq was up 33. >>> treasury secretary timothy geithner will stay on the job for now. there has been speculation that geithner might leave following the current round of budget talks. when asked about his plans yesterday geithner said "we have a lot of challenges as a country" so he'll stay for the foreseeable future. >>> weekly jobless claims were down. the labor department says 1,000 fewer claims were filed for unemployment last week but the number of claims filed over the last 12 weeks remains above 400,000. >>> borders, second largest u.s. book store chain, has agreed to sell itself. borders is under bankruptcy protection and the sale to investment firm for $215 million is tentative. >>> and betty, the trend for fast food r
desires a family. >> ashley is another waiting child who has been featured on news 4's wednesday's child. >> ashley is 12 years old. ashley has made wonderful, wonderful progress. ashley is stable where she is and we also are working with her family to make that placement an adoptive resource for her. >> what about jenisfer. >> she is 18 years old. she is working on acquiring independent living skills. even though she is 18 she still desires a family and wants to be adopted. >> she says these young people have challenges. and even though they're a little older now than when you first met them they still want permanent, loving families. >> every child deserves a parent. every child deserves a forever home. it doesn't matter how old we are. we still want to have to leave home and move toward independent we know we can always come back to a family that will love us, that we can depend on and that can support us. >> it's what these waiting children yearn for and deserve. barbara harrison, news 4 for wednesday's child. >>> now, if you have room in your home for any of your wednesday's childre
. they say ashley owen and the well known business owner she's accused of killing knew each other, but what allegedly set off her murderous rampage is still a mystery. behind a locked chain link fence at the intersection after nauplius and landover roads in bladensburg the seven -- of annapolis and landover roads in bladensburg the seven market stand is an erie sight, the owner stabbed and his business set on fire. >> he's a good guy. i knew him since i was little. my dad knows him, my family and that's sad what happened to him. >> reporter: now this woman seen inside the store not long before the murder has been arrested and charged in the case. this surveillance video, the break police say they needed. her name is ashley domonique owens, 23 years old. police say she confessed to stabbing mr. nam with a box cutter, beating him with a chainsaw, stealing $2,000 in cash, then torching the seven market with gasoline to try to cover the crime. >> i think it's crazy. why you going to kill somebody? he don't do nothing wrong to nobody. he's a good guy. he was a good guy. still is in my heart, tho
name is ashley and my blog is not without salt. when i take pictures of my food, you don't want to see spots on the dishes. i was using cascade actionpacs. they just didn't have that brilliant shine. when i took the finish challenge, i was thrilled. as soon as i opened up the dishwasher, i could tell there was a difference. my dishes had a shine on them. this little guy right here makes my dishes incredibly shiny. i'm moving on to finish quantum. take the finish challenge for yourself. if you don't see a difference, it's free. >>> we've talked about this website before, ashley madson.com the celeb site for folks who want to have an affair. these two people are married that is the premise they set up like a meet with others who want to have affairs too. i am married he is married want to get together go through ashley madson.com. >> not us we are just saying that is how it works. >> the controversial site is providing a money back guarantee, the site's founder says he will personally reimburse, people who cannot find a fling. the website brought international condemnation since its laun
ashley have four children. he will be the 85th recipient of the medal of honor. nbc news military analysis and retired general henry jacobs, and always a pleasure to have you with us on these ceremonies and the last time we watched this ceremony was salvatore giun giunta, and you know the emotions that come with it. you know what this sergeant did to save lives. it was a summer and surrounded and he put his life on the line and that is what the soldiers do everyday. >> his unit was doing the most dangerous of dangers which is to conduct a daylight raid. he was shot initially in both legs and subsequently wounded by another hand grenade and lost his arm as he was throwing another hand grenade all of the while saving the lives of his fellow soldiers. some of them will be in the east room of the white house for this ceremony. >> i understand that sergeant j giunta will be there as well. >> yes, and some of my vintage around washington, d.c. and when you talk to the people from the unit, you will get teary eyed because they say that man saved my life and make you choke up. >> nbc nigh
when other factors like car seats were taken into account. >>> harry potter takes on batman. ashley morrison is in new york. with those stories and more, good morning to you. >> good morning to you. mixed day for the asian markets. tokyo's nikkei up a fraction and hong kong's hang seng dropped slightly. this week wall street gets another round of corporate earnings and the latest on the housing market and manufacturing sector. stocks are looking to bounce back after their worst week in nearly a year. last week the dow lost 1.5% and the nasdaq down 2.5%. >>> president obama today is expected to nominate former ohio attorney general richard cordry as the head of the new consumer protection bureau. the creation of that agency was a feature of the president's financial overhaul law. republicans are threatening to block the nomination. >>> gas prices are shifting into high gear. according to aaa the national average for a gallon of unleaded regular is $3.68, five cents higher than last week and comes despite the government's attempts to keep costs down. >>> and at the movies, the harry p
elect an unexpected fee. ashley morrison is here in new york with all of that. good morning ashley. >> good morning to you betty. asian stocks were mostly higher. japan's nikkei moved 0.5%, while hong kong's hang seng gained over 1%. wall street stocks finished lower yesterday, the dow down by 8 points while the nasdaq fell 16. >>> the wealth gap between whites and minorities in this country is getting wider. according to a new census report whites on average have 20 times the net worth of african-americans and 18 times that of hispanics, that's the widest gap in a quarter century. analysts blame the recession and uneven recovery. >>> the postal service is reviewing 3,600 offices for possible closure. the postal service lost $8 billion last year. most of the offices under review are in rural areas. postal officials say they are considering relocating some of the offices in local businesses, town halls or community centers. >>> this morning, nissan and its chinese partner announced plans to invest $8 billion and launch 30 vehicles in china over the next five years. the plan calls fo
and down day for stocks in asia. ashley morrison is here in new york with that and more. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you, betty. that's right. stocks were mixed in asia. this morning, japan's nikkei was higher by 0.5%. and hong kong's hang seng was slightly lower. on past yesterday, the dow finished 12 points lower, while the nasdaq was up nearly 10. >>> in washington christine lagarde holds her first news conference as head of the international monetary fund. lagarde takes over following the resignation of dominique strauss-kahn following charges he sexually assaulted a new york hotel maid. >>> obama administration effort to curb junk food advertising to children is meeting resistance from house republicans. the republicans say the government is going too far, the white house plan would allow companies to market food to kids only if they have specific healthy ingredients and are low in fats, sodium and sugar. >>> netflix is expanding its movie and tv streaming service into latin america and the caribbean. 43 spanish speaking countries will be able to access the online mo
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